The Interactive Roof
The Interactive Roof is under reconstruction and closed at the moment. We'll open again shortly with activities for both body and mind.
- Fra 6 år
- Mennesket Motion Sundhed
- 30 min.
The Interactive Roof is closed at the moment. We’ll open again shortly with activities for both body and mind.
Experimentarium’s roof-top terrace has been fitted with interactive play equipment that combines exercise with technology, math and music. Some activities are ready for exploring now, while others are in the pipeline.
An example is ‘Memo’, an interactive platform for a game of intelligent tag. The platform features a number of blue stations with display and sound, which must be touched in the correct order.
This allows you to play different tag games, all combining exercise with mental challenges. The stations must be touched in the correct order, for example when they display a specific colour or a calculation resulting in a specific number. Sound, music and voice indicators determine who wins and who is relegated.
The point of another interactive motion game, ‘Sona’, is to dance and move to music – the more accurately you step on the pressure-sensitive floor, the better. At Sona you can do a freeze dance, move to math calculations and jump codes.
A new item on the roof terrace is the Building Block Square, opening summer 2017.
The Building Block Square offers you the opportunity to build a house, a fortress or something else from large, soft foam-rubber bricks. Use the big crane to lift and move your building materials.
As you work, you will learn about basic building principles, such as roofing and how to construct stable walls. There is also fun in tearing it all down again and building something new.
At the opposite end of the roof terrace, you can hear the roar of an entire symphony orchestra in container form.
Other locations challenge you with mazes and running on reverse scooters.
The Interactive Roof holds lots of fun activities for body and brain, and many more are planned.